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The subjects offered to the sophomores were: shop,
home ec., English, world history, biology, and typing. The
boys out for football or basketball were: jim Dunn, Wayne
Malcom, Dean Rickett, Charles Beith, Rodney Hank, Don-
ald Koeppe, and jay Bauman. The sophomore class started
square dance parties at P. H. S.
C omplimentr of BERNARD HURLEY -13,”